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Articles July - August 2019

Touchwood Automations Invigorates Pune’s Party Scene With CINCO

Named after the Spanish word for 5, Cinco, is Pune’s all-new resto-bar and patisserie that promises to make every experience 5 times better!..... read more

THE PIANO PROJECT

Quickly rising up the ranks as one of India’s best places to live in, the city of Indore has it all – a strong sense of community, impressive infrastructure, and indeed a bustling nightlife..... read more

AHEAD OF THE CURVE

Founded in 1980 in Rutesheim, the company began by introducing Hardy Amps professional bass and guitar amplifiers. After the company burnt down completely in a fire, the company headquarters..... read more

Ahuja Radios - Major Audio Brand Distribution Network

The PALM Sound & Light awards honoured Ahuja Radios – India’s iconic brand since almost 80 years. Recognized by the country’s population as the PA brand delivering affordable technology..... read more

Mukesh Panjwani, MX MDR Technologies Ltd. - Lifetime Contribution to The Pro Audio Industry

The PALM Sound & Light awards honoured Mukesh Panjwani, CEO & Managing Director of MXMDR technologies for spearheading the mass distribution of a massive audio, video and electronic product catalog..... read more

Articles May - June 2019

THE FAMOUS STORY

Armed with a degree in Marketing and Finance and International Business from University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, and Aston University respectively, and after learning the dynamics of the Indian business world at Fanatic Sports and GVK..... read more

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Steinberg launches new PAIR OF audio interfaces


Steinberg has unveiled the latest pair of audio interfaces - the UR-RT2 and UR-RT4 which are the result of a collaboration between Steinberg, Yamaha and Rupert Neve Designs.

What sets the UR-RT audio interfaces apart from others is their implementation of transformer circuitry from Rupert Neve Designs, which was specifically developed for audio interfaces. Transformer design is one of Mr Neve’s obsessions, so it’s quite the accolade to have his Rupert Neve Designs transformers — known for imparting natural compression and saturation — built in.

The UR-RT2 comes with two analogue XLR/TRS combo inputs (with a Hi-Z switch on input 1 for electric guitar), plus 2 TRS line inputs, and a headphones jack with independent level control. Meanwhile, the UR-RT4 boasts four analogue XLR/TRS combo inputs (Mic/Hi-Z on input 1/2 and Mic/Line on input 3/4), plus two TRS line inputs for a total of six inputs, as well as two separate headphone buses with individual outputs.

Both interfaces offer +48V phantom power, USB 2.0 and MIDI connectivity alongside a range of I/O options for laptop and iPad, as well as providing DSP-powered effects for zero-latency monitoring. According to the company, together with the D-PRE preamps by Yamaha and the featured Rupert Neve Designs transformers, the UR-RT interfaces deliver an “expressive sound with rich harmonics”.

The UR-RT2 and UR-RT4 audio interfaces will come bundled with Cubase AI DAW software for Mac and PC (64-bit only) and the Cubasis LE DAW app for iPad. The interfaces will be available from the beginning of June and will cost €399 and €649 respectively.



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